The Jeremy Lin show continued on Wednesday night as the 23-year-old lifted the Knicks over the Wizards with 23 points and a career-high 10 assists, making it the third straight game with at least 20 points. The Harvard graduate, who is living on his older brother's couch in a one-bedroom apartment, became the first player since 2003 to record at least 20 points and eight assists in each of his first two career starts.
The highlight of the game came in the third quarter when Lin casually brought the ball past midcourt, then suddenly blew by Washington's John Wall with an quick crossover. Wall bit hard on the fake allowing Lin to drive right to the basket and throw down a one-handed dunk, while the rest of the Wizards literally stood in place and watched in amazement.
But was that the NBA's highlight of the night? Cleveland's Antawn Jamison gave it a run for its money, making a wild circus shot with his back to the basket. Other notable plays came from Atlanta's Josh Smith who threw down an incredible put-back dunk against the Indiana Pacers, while Dallas' Brandan Wright made a phenomenal block on Andre Miller's driving shot. Scroll down and vote on which play you think was the highlight of the night!